shopaholic

[ UK /ʃˌɒpɐhˈɒlɪk/ ]
NOUN
  1. a compulsive shopper
    shopaholics can never resist a bargain
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How To Use shopaholic In A Sentence

  • Among the shopaholics, 48 per cent stuck to the city centre and 35 per cent ventured to the Trafford Centre.
  • A ‘shopaholic’ headmistress collapsed after being found guilty of living the high life with up to £500,000 plundered from her school.
  • He steps into the road to allow a gaggle of shopaholics to descend on Mayfair and does not expect to be thanked as he flicks the brim of his trilby by way of greeting.
  • Publishers and novelists believe what has been dubbed "recessionista fiction" will strike a chord with readers who have run out of sympathy with the shopaholics of previous best-sellers.
  • For many avowed foodies and shopaholics, a trip to the FoodWorld is almost a weekly ritual that they thoroughly enjoy.
  • My husband, a self-labeled "shopaholic", took much longer than I did to adjust to living in Mexico. Just wondering WHEN?
  • My husband is a compulsive hoarder and shopaholic, filling every inch of our six-bedroom house.
  • She was a shopaholic who loved clothes and make-up and was up for a night out at the slightest excuse.
  • International Buy Nothing Day, held on the 27th November 1998, challenges the shopaholics amongst us to abstain from consumer spending for 24 hours.
  • shopaholics can never resist a bargain
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